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MUST-READ: Here’s a complete list of every team and player that protested during Week6

Here are the players and teams who protested in Week 6:

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Sep 8, 2016; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos inside linebacker Brandon Marshall (54) kneels during the national anthem next to defensive end Jared Crick (93) and defensive tackle Billy Winn (97) and defensive tackle Adam Gotsis (99) before the game against the Carolina Panthers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Here are the players and teams who protested in Week 6:

Tennessee Titans

  • Wide receiver Rishard Matthews remained in the locker room during the anthem for the third consecutive week.
  • Linebacker Wesley Woodyard and defensive lineman Jurrell Casey raised a right fist

Indianapolis Colts

  • The Colts wore their black T-shirts with the words “We will” on the front and “Stand for equality, justice, unity, respect, dialogue, opportunity” on the back during pregame warmups for the third straight week. And just like the past two weeks, the players stood with their arms locked during the national anthem in Nashville.

Oakland Raiders

  • Marshawn Lynch sat for the national anthem

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Left tackle Russell Okung raised his right fist

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Cornerback Marcus Peters and linebacker Ukeme Eligwe knelt during the anthem.  Peters has yet to stand for the anthem this year

Los Angeles Rams

  • Linebacker Robert Quinn raised his right fist

San Francisco 49ers

  • Seven 49ers protested the anthem this week, including Eric Reid, Adrian Colbert, Dekoda Watson, Marquise Goodwin, Arik Armstead, Eli Harold, and K’Waun Williams

Miami Dolphins

  • Receiver Kenny Stills, safety Michael Thomas, and tight end Julius Thomas remained in the locker room for the anthem

New Orleans Saints

  • Most of the Saints players knelt at the same time the PA announcer requested a moment of silence for fallen New Orleans police officer Marcus McNeil

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Safety Malcom Jenkins raised his right fist, and he was joined by Safety Rodney McLeod

6 COMMENTS

  1. what family wants their children growing up watching supposedly mentors and heros beating their wives/girlfriends disrespecting the nation that their fathers, brothers, sisters, all family members who have died for our country who are making millions of dollars a year , or even family members who have died….acting like this. do they have no shame, pride in themselves. BLACK PRIDE RIGHT…..BLACK IGNORANCE MORE SUITABLE…..!

  2. what family wants their children growing up watching supposedly mentors and heros beating their wives/girlfriends disrespecting the nation that their fathers, brothers, sisters, all family members who have died for our country who are making millions of dollars a year , or even family members who have died….acting like this. do they have no shame, pride in themselves. BLACK PRIDE ………RIGHT…..BLACK IGNORANCE MORE SUITABLE…..!

  3. As long as this nonsense an disrespect continues, I will NEVER watch another game, whether it be NFL,WNBA, NHL or MLS. less $$ in their pockets and more $$ in mine

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